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Easter egg hunt from space


Easter egg hunt from space Today’s Video of the Day from the European Space Agency features an Easter egg hunt by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite mission. Scientists tracked down four egg-shaped buildings that are visible from space.

The AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas is the home of the Dallas Cowboys. The stadium seats 80,000 people and hosts a variety of other events including concerts and basketball games. 

The Beijing South Train Station serves as the terminus for high-speed trains that can reach speeds of up to 350 kilometers per hour. The massive train station, which is one of the largest in Asia, was built from more than 60,000 tons of steel and more than 490,000 cubic meters of concrete. Therefore as seen above is the  Easter egg hunt from space. 

The egg-shaped Taipei Dome, also known as the Farglory Dome, is currently under construction in Taiwan. Once completed, the stadium will host baseball games and other sporting events. 

The Sapporo Dome in Japan is primarily used for baseball and football games. According to ESA, the stadium is equipped with a system that switches between two entirely different surfaces depending on which sport is being played. The Sapporo Dome is one of the venues for this year’s Summer Olympics.

Video Credit: NASA Goddard 

By Chrissy Sexton, Earth.com Staff Writer

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